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CNBC
Jan 14, 2013 6:00pm EST
saw slow downs. apple and samsung, we love these companies because they had no europe last year, in china, no mexico. now we wish they had all three and there was business formation. let's focus on the other half of the equation. it's a little. where the money is going. last night china heads to one more marketable session. holy cow, courtesy of new attitude. the gold double digit growth is taking up the fxi. follow along, but it is taking up to the ancillary chinese place, like coach. did you see that today. rallying more than $2. we are seeing steady names in big commons. totalling chinese demand, truck demand. this one won't stop climbing. i say watch starbucks which is a gigantic expansion. i think it's going terrific clee. and that stock is taking a hit because of disassociation with the people's of republic, it's coming back strong. nike was hurt but that's becoming a thing of the past and buyers are piling in. the worst is over for certain at least in china. how about winn? nonetheless, steve win has put a lot of resources into mack could you macou. things are getting bet
CNBC
Jan 25, 2013 6:00pm EST
whether to be like samsung or those guys in nokia that just slashed the dividend. and what we heard wednesday from apple and last night from samsung is a tale of woe that you could argue says smartphones have become saturated. everybody who needs a smartphone has one and now they're even trading down, not even buying expensive smartphones. qualcomm has got a heavy burden as it's going to have to tell us if that's the case, if there really is saturation. it has to tell us because it's the semiconductor brain for so much of the next generation of smartphones. this is the most important call of the week. and it might be when you can start buying apple if it hasn't bottomed by then. not that i want you in it but people do keep asking me. and please understand that apple is going from growth stock to value stock and that's often an ugly journey. okay? there's clip joints along the road and a lot of speed traps you know, the with r5idar guns. thursday is a day made for "mad money." and we think lightning could strike, possibly more than once. we have said recently that three companies who
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 6:00pm EST
of apple has to go someplace else. amazon, like it. >> samsung and the whole supply chain. >> one more check on shares on apple, down by just about 10%. the last time this stock was down 10% during the may flash crash on earnings. it was p12008. having an impact on the qs. i'm melissa lee. see you tomorrow at 9:00 for "squawk on the street." "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain but to educate and put things in perspective. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. not everything in the market can be explained by cold hard facts. not everything is rational or even cut and dried or it can even be ascertained with close scrutiny. including today where the dow vaulted 67 points s&p advanced, nas
CNBC
Jan 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
the way to the bank. apple has real competition from samsung. with an android operating system with the visionaries from google. sure the market's big, but samsung's beating apple in cell phone share and perhaps more important, apple's phones may not be good enough to take that share back. tablets are terrific. but apple's lost the invinceability that extends to the tablet market. apple has compounded the problem by releasing a faulty map app, a new cord, and i like the old one, and a disliked itunes iteration. it's no longer the only game in town. amazon's total addressable market if it can perfect same-day delivery, which it is going to do with all of these warehouses, is literally all of retail, everything, everything sold at costco, walmart, supermarket, department store, food store, hardware store around the globe. maybe one day selling houses and boats if u.p.s. can figure out a way to deliver them. the addressable market may be no longer than the personal computer and cell phone replacement segment. and many think in a few years, those markets will be saturated. nobody w
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
lots of people who bought apple when it was the undisputed king of smartphones. samsung, got that great operating system, android, google. it's good enough so customers don't have to pay up for the iphone and the big phone companies are happy to steer customers there because they make more money selling samsung than apple. people who bought apple because of the chart. it was a stock that kept going higher, so the analysts kept raising targets, numbers. but once the stock started going down, the charts became the enemy. a virtuous circle became a vicious cycle down, chart became your enemy and that means the same people who had raised their price targets on the way up are now busy cutting them on the way down. and there'll be many, many more heard from tomorrow morning. sellers have been taking profits or losses, frankly, if they bought it too high either because they're trying to follow the discipline of not turning a gain into a loss, that's what i did for my charitable trust, follow along. we cut our position in half so we could play with the house's money. still stings, though, but y
CNBC
Jan 24, 2013 6:00pm EST
other companies, gross margins, something made by a samsung, for heaven sake. i thought they were like a steel company. the stock is reacting to how much money is being made on each item. the dreaded nitpick of gross margins. that nasty number that inferiors, competitors are suddenly making superior product at least in the mind of some of the less savvy consumers out there, the superior. what must be going to apple is the fact these analysts actually think they need ammo to stay positive, ammo to do something as simple as breathing, which is to reiterate the buy ratings. i can see tim cook turning to his colleagues puzzled saying, it's as if we have to come up with something breakthrough, something dazzling for them beyond what's obvious. which is how great we are. but at some point, your company's products may face genuine competition. in many places on earth, other companies may be taking share, which is what's happening with that samsung phone. or you might have product lines in decline like the iphone. like the ipad. and it's a funny thing, when that happens, you actually do need t
CNBC
Jan 19, 2013 4:00am EST
but seems to have the wrong customers, certainly not apple or samsung. you sure wouldn't want to own the stock based on the quarter or the conference call. but what did management hang its hat on? how did they entice you into thinking you should own the stock here? because of hope, hope that the second half of the year will be stronger globally, that the world's economies are going to get better. and that made me ask myself, is this hope that things will get better or somehow do they just know it? and if they do know things will get better, please tell me how. i certainly believe in hope. in the end, if you're investing, i say hope should be part of the equation. you can hope that the ravens beat the belichicks and bradys and sunday, we need more facts to get more bullish from here. and the sooner we get them, the more positive i'll feel about the stocks after the run they've had. stay with cramer. >>> keep up with cramer all day long. follow @jimcramer on twitter and tweet your questions #madtweets. [singing] hoveround takes me where i wanna go... where will it send me... one call t
CNBC
Jan 26, 2013 4:00am EST
like samsung and cell phone makers. and when bad times hit the cell phones shut down and all of a sudden we used to ship 10 million units a quarter and we ship none. it's the whim of the consumer, not the whim. what the consumers do based on the economy feeds right on back to you very quickly. and you can't predict it. we don't know when the economy's going up or down, and we're the tail on the dog. we really get whipped around. >> what worries me here is -- couple worries. one, i always thought you ran a lean company. always. i've been proud of it in lean. then it turns out you're saying you've got a lot of fat and you're going to get rid of a lot of people. which is it? >> we've always been lean, and we're lean now. we are making some cuts that we have to make that are structural that we're getting rid of a division and we're basically loading the work of that division onto the other three division managers. but we're all going to work more hours. we weren't fat. i'm not going to say we're fat. but obviously, if we can make cuts, the question is validly stated. so why didn'
CNBC
Jan 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
's all good. >> samsung -- >> it's all good. we want to run business applications so our customers take better care of their customers. so they can provision applications on the mobile, make their customers happy and we secure those devices and those transactions so our customers are best-run businesses. my thing is the knowledge company. >> okay. >> if you think about the cloud big data and mobile and knowing more about the end-to-end value chain on how to connect with that customer, than any other company in the world, that's the knowledge company. that's s.a.p. >> so the knowledge company even works in an atmosphere like europe where obviously your numbers are as if europe's doing well. what happens to your numbers if europe actually does well itself? >> they go even higher. i mean, we grew 13% in europe. we grew five times faster than our nearest competitor. we're taking share from everybody. and if you look at our competitors, why are they losing? >> jim, why are they losing? >> why are they losing? because the eye has to be on innovation. you have to help companies grow. and in eu
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